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Apr 05, 2019
Jaggi Vasudev calls Muslim student a 'Talibani' at LSE event, students' union condemns language as 'Islamophobic'The LSE student union issued a statement condemning the alleged comments of Vasudev calling a Muslim student during an interaction a 'Talibani'.
Jan 28, 2019
'No immediate plans to retire, Vedanta needs my agression, risk-taking ability', says Anil AgarwalAgarwal has delisted his flagship Vedanta Resources from the London Stock Exchange (LSE) and is now concentrating on growing mineral mining and oil and gas businesses out of the India-listed firm, Vedanta Ltd.
Aug 24, 2018
Rahul Gandhi at LSE says the 2019 elections will be fought between BJP and a united OppositionRahul Gandhi yet again lashed out at the BJP and Narendra Modi government during an interaction with students at the London School of Economics.
Jul 03, 2018
Vedanta Resources delisting from LSE not related to Tuticorin incident, says Anil AgarwalMining mogul Anil Agarwal on Tuesday said his plan to delist his flagship Vedanta Resources Plc from London Stock Exchange and take it private is no way linked to the Tuticorin incident and is merely an exercise to simplify a sprawling business empire
May 28, 2018
Sterlite protests: Vedanta chairman Anil Agarwal says his Tamil Nadu firm is open to scrutiny by any independent committeeVendanta Resources boss Anil Agarwal says there's absolutely no liquid discharge from Sterlite Copper's Thoothukudi smelter.
Feb 28, 2017
Ramjas clash: Blocking DU students' right to protest stigmatises democratic credentials of BJP, ABVPThe statements by several BJP leaders including Arun Jaitley that students must limit activities to classrooms goes against the basic tenets of a university and political history of the ruling party at the centre
Jun 19, 2016
Mallya's cameo appearance at the book launch: 'King of Good Times' must also have a seer-like soulVijay Mallya, one often feels, has the good traits of a mythical Hindu Baba, or a Sufi seer or, for that matter, a Pagan saint.
Mar 03, 2015
Not just BSE, NSE: Global stock exchanges too want to set up shop in GIFT CityAs Modi's pet project, India's first International Financial Services Centre (IFSC), GIFT City, inches closer to reality in Gandhinagar, a slew of global exchanges are looking to set up shop there in order to offer Indian investors the products and shares of companies listed on them.
Jan 23, 2014
Good management: US cos retain global crown, Indian firms poorly runThe research found Brazil and China were slightly ahead of India with scores on an average of 2.67. The study however, took pains to point out that even bottom-ranking India has firms that boast world-class management practices.
Oct 10, 2013
It's all about easy money: Markets cheer pro-stimulus Yellen for top Fed jobYellen's nomination was greeted with joy by the markets which see her as supportive of Bernanke's easy-money policies.